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v Lanaya Headwall, 7, 668 W.
'62nd st, knocked down and in
jured by auto truck at Halsted
and 61st st.
Mrs. C. F. Schmidt, St. Jos
eph Mich., began to bust Chica
go's sane Fourth hjgher than a
kiteiast night until Policeman
Brokaw interferfed. She said
she didn't know about Chicago's
law, and promised never to shoot
John Sermach, 57, indulged in
argument with son Mike, in home
at 5816 Winchester ave. Lost
argument. Tried fists. Lost
there, too. Called police. Mike
arrested. Then "Pop" got him
out of jail, saying he was "a good
hoy who wouldn't lay down to no
Chicago Federation of Musi
cians refused to give concerts in
South 'Side parks yesterday, be
cause city employed Letter Car7
riers' band, which doe!s not belong
to Federation, and .whose mem
bers are government employes, to
stay in Davis square.
One of life's little miseries is'
the man who wants to know if
it's hot enough for you.
But at that it wasn't such a bad
Fourth, despite the efforts of
Messrs. Flynn and Johnson to
make it a fizzle.
Mayor Harrison has with
drawn Chicago police and fire de
tails from Morgan Park, on
ground that village was annexed
Having been handed 'two or
three lemons down at Baltimore,
Harrison is taking it out on Mor
gan Park. ,
The Examiner this morning
publishes picture of Woodrow
Wilson, picture of his 3 daugh
ters, story telling how nice those
daughters are, and story telling
what a fine writer, historian and
publicist Wilson is.
Wonder how Willie Hearst
feels when he's eating his words
Earnest Beifield, manager of
College Inp., Hotel Sherman, was
taken to home, 3304 Calumet av.,
suffering from ptomaine poison
ing. Some people might see a lot of
humor in the manager of a lob
ster palace getting ptomaine
Howard B. Harter, 28, arrested
here on charge of embezzling
$24,000. -Wrecked father's bank
at Akron, Ind.
Young -Harter thought he was
cut out for a wheat king, and
monkeyed around the Chicago
Board of Trade until he got it in
Dr. Daniel H. Meeks, 6314
Greenwood ave., is dying at St.
Bernard's hospital from not;
choosing his companions very
. Meeks, with 5 companions,
had been celebrating the 4th. One
of Meeks' companions insulted
Miss Loretta McDermotf, 713 W.
50th st. Miss McDermott's
friends rushed to her assistance.
There was a fight.
Dr. Meeks tried to become a
peacemaker and was knocked
down and suffered a fractured
skull for his pains.
J. Ham Lewis has arrived back
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